Jordan is an engineer with a specific knack for navigating the regulatory, policy, and electricity market side of the energy and energy efficiency world. He specializes in providing technical support in the areas of federal, state and local energy regulation and policy for our manufacturing, trade group, and institutional clients.
As a project team member, Jordan frequently works with our commissioning and energy auditing teams where he applies his experience as an assistant site supervisor for the construction of healthcare infrastructure overseas. Jordan spent an extended two-year co-op term during his undergraduate degree to travel to Haiti to assist in the hurricane recovery and rebuilding effort!
After returning home, Jordan began interning at Go in 2013. He graduated from the Ohio State University with a BS in Mechanical Engineering with minor in Nuclear Engineering in 2014. Then, he attended the University of Dayton where he graduated with a MS in Mechanical Engineering in 2017.
Jordan enjoys absorbing electricity market policy literature in his spare time, which makes him quite the dinner party guest. When he’s not reading policy, you’re likely to find him wrenching on an automobile, building a little free library, or tearing apart a broken device in an attempt to determine what failed and how to fix it. In addition to these activities, Jordan serves on the board of directors for a campus ministry at the Ohio State University.